Learning Outcomes

Political Science Majors, upon graduation, will be able to:

  • comprehend the basic structures and processes of different government systems as these operate in national and/or comparative contexts;
  • explain the nature of, interplay and relationship between, interests, institutions, and ideas in government and politics;
  • communicate arguments about significant political processes, events, and concepts using appropriate evidence; and
  • apply methods appropriate for accumulating and interpreting data applicable to the discipline of political science.

Contact Information

Ebenezer D. Bassett Hall, Room 316
Robbin Smith
Department Chair, Associate Professor
Political Science
Coordinator, Legal Studies Concentration
Political Science
Law School Advisor
Academic Affairs
Ebenezer D. Bassett Hall
Heather Berte
Political Science